Though they started classes among their friends in the beginning, it soon spread to a wider network and more than 300 students joined training classes.
The students who returned from war-torn Ukraine are uncertain about their future as they don’t know when they will be able to resume their studies.
The last batch of Indian students in the war-torn Ukrainian city of Sumy has crossed the country’s border with Poland and are set to leave for India on Thursday.
Renish Joseph, a student coordinator in the university, told TNIE that the fresh evacuation bid on Tuesday was successful and that all students have left the university.
According to Arvind Jayakumar, a third-year student at Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, they didn’t face any problem in their journey from Ukraine to New Delhi.
Indian embassy asks students to prepare to leave, cancels plan twice following reports of fresh blasts on planned evacuation route
The state government made arrangements for the return of 530 Keralites from Ukraine to Kerala on March 5.
A missile that hit a building opposite their university forced them to take a long, stressful and exhausting journey to the Slovakian border, over a 700-km journey to safety.
With resources drying up and no response to their queries from the embassy in Ukraine, the 700 Indian students at Sumy State University decided to walk all the way to the Russian border
Around 700 students, mostly Keralites, in the Ukrainian city struggle due to shortage of food, water and other basic facilities
He accused the CPM of scuttling all progressive reforms introduced by successive UDF governments in the higher education sector.
Emotions flashed on the face of Aswathy Shaji, 19, as she recalled her close encounter with death when Russia kept bombing Kyiv a week ago.
Their evacuation can happen only if Ukraine permits their travel to border from northeastern city
“But it is not possible to stay for a long stretch in the basement due to lack of proper ventilation.
M Pradeep Kumar of Thiruvanathapuram keeps looking at his mobile phone waiting for a call from his daughter stranded in Ukraine.